Where I’ve been, what the world isn’t seeing.

The world’s poorest are not responsible for dangerous emissions. If you got rid of the poorest 90% you wouldn’t reach the target of 60% lower emissions by 2030
Small direct air capture test bed (left) sucks CO2 out of the air. Trees and meadow flowers do that too. Glass versus plastic bottles (right)
Danish Study results. UK Environment agency has the figure of 131 times for organic cotton for climate impact alone.

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